AOW shotguns

Discussion in 'NFA Weapon Discussion' started by parsons_12b, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. parsons_12b

    parsons_12b
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    I have been wondering some time what the difference between a short barreled shotgun and a any other weapon shotgun is.
     
  2. coctailer

    coctailer
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    Buttstock
     
  3. BillM

    BillM
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    Yup. Can't have one, and it can't EVER have had one. And while that $5 tax looks enticing, if you decide
    you want to make one, THAT costs $200, so you might just as well make a SBS.
     
  4. littlegsxr

    littlegsxr
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    Except those from Washington... AOW is the most fun you get to have.
     
  5. phatdoughnut

    phatdoughnut
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    You just like saying that word.
     
  6. CamoDeafie

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    what about a "shotgun pistol", does that fall into the AOW region?
     
  7. civilian75

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    ...and $195
    Yes
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  8. CamoDeafie

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    HM. I was thinking of the Judge .410 but clearly that doesn't count.... however, here's a thing..if its a single shot, break open, and has only one grip (say, a 12ga flare launcher for example) if one were to use ti to shoot regular shells, but its one at a time, is it still an AOW, especially if the grip is a PG and it has never been on a shouldered set up?
    I just found out something. Taurus was developing the 28 Gauge Raging Judge revolver, this one would most definitely fall into the AOW category as being expressly designed as a handgun... (just looked up the NFA definations of the AOW/SBS thing; apaprently if it never had a shoulder stock, a SBS could be an AOW, BUT if it had a shoulder stock before, it is a SBS)
     

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